ICPT supports the work of its members and brings provides international attention and recognition of it members.
ICPT encourages its members to take interest in other international organizations such as -
The United Nations Office of Drugs & Crimes (UNODC) http://www.unodc.org/
The UN Gift http://www.ungift.org/
The International Federation of ed Cross & Red Crescent Movement http://www.ifrc.org/
The Woman's Refugee Commission http://www.womensrefugeecommission.org
The World Health Organization (WHO) http://www.who.int/
The CQCCP www.cqcp.com
The ICPT encourages mental health organizations and mental health practitioners to share case studies, research and academia so as to better mental health services worldwide and create recognition of each others practices of which all is directed towards awareness and offering and applying better practices which benefits service users internationally
By creating international awareness of all countries mental health policies and practices as well as the needs of service users and comparison of services and standards of service providers we are better able to bring about awareness which is placed as a comparable which does lead towards improvements.
ICPT aims to to further remove stigma of drug addiction and mental health in countries where cultural does not yet full accept such issues and people still have to suffer in silence.
The unification of practitioners and mental health providers under ICPT in 150 countries has provided a force that is able to be affective in implementing change for the better, ICPT strives towards this, unified by a mutual international ethos shared by all ICPT members in 150 countries.
The ICPT HQ are in UK & Cyprus (EU) with international ICPT representative offices
ICPT offers International Membership
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Offering International registration and membership to ICPT where you will obtain recognition in 150 countries, unifying with practitioners worldwide. The ICPT HQ are based in London, UK and in Limassol, Cyprus, EU